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Self-Care for Survivors
07/30/2018

Survivors of abuse often face day-to-day challenges on their path to healing. Advocates and counselors at The Center for Family Safety and Healing understand the importance of self-care during this process, and often recommend a […]

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Central Ohio Program Provides Shelter for Pets of Domestic Violence Victims
07/19/2018

Columbus Humane, formerly known as Capital Area Humane Society, offers a unique program designed to support victims of domestic violence. The Safe Haven for Pets program provides temporary housing and care options for pets of […]

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Strangulation: The Most Lethal Form of Domestic Violence
06/29/2018

Strangulation is a highly dangerous form of domestic violence that is a predictor of lethality. In May 2018, The Center for Family Safety and Healing collaborated with The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Project […]

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Reporting Elder Abuse – Who Do You Call?
06/15/2018

Elder abuse is any act that causes harm or threatens the risk of harm to an adult age 60 or older. Many elders are abused in their own homes, relatives’ homes and assisted living facilities […]

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Step Up When You See Abuse
06/07/2018

First, take a moment to pat yourself on the back. Reading this article is an important step toward educating yourself about family violence and abuse. If you haven’t heard of Where’s The Line? before, it’s a […]

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All People’s Fresh Market Improves Quality of Life for South Columbus Residents
05/30/2018

The Community Development for All People (CD4AP) is a local non-profit organization that provides free produce, clothing and household items to families in need. Located at 946 Parsons Avenue, CD4AP also serves Columbus residents in […]

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Home Visitation Programs Improve Child, Family Outcomes
04/19/2018

Have you heard of Ohio Help Me Grow? The statewide, evidence-based program offers support to pregnant women or new parents. Trained home visitors – including nurses and social workers – meet with clients in their […]

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Mandated Reporter Checklist
04/04/2018

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. We want everyone to know that anyone can call child protective services and make a report of child abuse or neglect anonymously. However, there are certain professionals who interact with children […]

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Furry Friends Help Families Find Healing
03/29/2018

Here at The Center for Family Safety and Healing (TCFSH), our goal is to break the cycle of family violence and restore hope. We do that by providing services to children and families that address […]

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Dating and Digital Abuse: Keeping Your Teen Safe Online
02/26/2018

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. Dating violence among teens and young adults is more common than many people think. For example, did you know that nearly 1.5 million high school students in the […]

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